Your legal matters are important to me. Ballard Law can help you achieve the best possible outcome for your situation. I pride myself on being able to support clients with a diverse number of problems.
Legal problems can be incredibly stressful. During this challenging time, a dedicated and reliable attorney can make a significant difference in the outcome of your matter. If you're seeking legal guidance, I have the expertise that you need. Ballard Law is focused solely on the needs of my clients. I provide professional and effective representation at reasonable prices to help you solve the problems that you are facing.
Experience is part of developing a successful law practice, and at Ballard Law people from middle Tennessee get the skilled legal advice and representation they're looking for when they need an attorney.
I have a thorough understanding of Tennessee corporate law, criminal defense, civil litigation, wills & estates, construction law, and landlord/tenant law. With exceptional legal skills, practical solutions, and professional integrity, Ballard Law works hard to help you get the best possible results in the following practice areas:
Corporate Law, Criminal Defense, Civil Litigation
Construction Law, Wills & Estates, Landlord/Tenant
Ballard Law prides itself on developing real connections with clients. I put complex legal issues into language that you can easily understand. I work hard to help our clients in every situation. I treat clients with respect and spend time to make sure that they fully understand the process they are going through.
When you need counsel on a major, life-impacting decision, you deserve an attorney who will listen to you, thoroughly examine the facts, and provide the best possible solution for you and your future.
I have advocated for our middle Tennessee clients for over 6 years. There's no need to handle these difficult matters all alone. Get the legal advice, counsel, and representation you need. Contact Ballard Law in middle Tennessee for a consultation. I can help you decide which course of action will serve your best interests.
1224B Columbia Ave., Suite 200
Franklin, TN 37064
1308 Rosa L Parks Blvd
Nashville, TN 37208
John Ballard is a third generation attorney following in the footsteps of his grandfather, Jack Butler, and his father before him, General Howard Butler. Born and raised in Williamson County, John has spent his life in Middle Tennessee. Upon graduating with a Philosophy degree from Samford University he enrolled in Nashville School of Law where he went to school at night while working at his grandfather's law practice during the day. After learning the law from one of Nashville's legendary attorneys John spent two years as Judge Seth Norman's court officer in Davidson County Criminal Court Division IV. Working for Judge Norman gave John a unique opportunity to get to know attorneys as well as criminal defendants before graduating Law School in 2014, wherein he was awarded the Moot Court Award.
John began his law practice at 1308 Rosa Parks Blvd with over a dozen of Nashville's best criminal defense attorneys. While developing a criminal defense practice, John learned that there was a need for a robust law practice that could serve many different legal needs of the community. It may be a dispute regarding insurance, government, or regulations, and knowing the right people and how to navigate seemingly complex issues is important.
While working to find a solution without litigation is important, sometimes the only way to resolve an issue is to let the judge decide. John has spent most of his career in court arguing and winning cases in front of judges and juries on a myriad of issues. His background means that he is familiar with not only the courts but the judges, attorneys, and court staff as well. He is comfortable in the courtroom litigating complex issues because he comes prepared and outworks the other side.
John has recently moved his main office to Franklin, Tennessee and brings with him the experience, knowledge, and reputation from Nashville, but also as a native to Williamson County.
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